Kipnyakan is 64 years old, married and supports a family of three members. He supports two of his children who are aged 18 and 14 years old. He is a mixed farmer in the Kabarnet area and has been in this business for a period of 5 years, earning an income of KES 10,000.
He is now servicing his third loan of KES 50,000 from VisionFund Kenya, and he wishes to use this money to purchase farm inputs like seeds and fertilizers, and pay for farm labour. The profits he gets will be used to repay the loan.
His dream is to excel in life.
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